Kevin-Prince Boateng Promise Support To Offinso Accident Victims Families


Kevin-Prince Boateng, Ghana Black Star Player has promised to support families of the colts team who died in the Offinso road accident a week ago in any possible way he can to sooth the families pain of losing their children.

In an interveiw he granted with Joy News, he said he called a friend to verify the truth in the matte when he saw the sad news on social media.

“I heard about it, and it really made me sad. I first saw it on Social Media, and I called a friend to find out if it was true. He told me about it, and I felt really sad because I have kids of my own. One is 12, and one is 6. So, it is a big tragedy, and it hits me hard”,


He added “Anything that is necessary, I want to help. I want to get in touch with the families. I want to give them the necessary support to feel free. I know it’s hard, and I know how hard it is for parents to bury their children.”

Seven colt footballers died after a minivan they were traveling with lost control and jumped into the Offin river on their way home after the registration exercise in Afrancho in the Ashanti region.

READ ALSO: Six Young Footballers Dead, 30 Others Injured As Vehicle Enters River Offin

The two injured players have been discharged from the hospital and will undergo a restorative seminar from the FA and a medical team from the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.




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